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Graphene Networks and Its Role on Free-Volume Properties of Graphene/Epoxidied Natural Rubber Composites with a Segregated Structure: Rheological and Positron Annihilation Studies

16-Apr-2015 | Canzhong He; Xiaodong She; Zheng Peng; Jieping Zhong; Shuangquan Liao; Wei Gong; Jianhe Liao; Lingxue Kong, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

Epoxidized natural rubber/graphene (ENR/GE) composites with segregated GE networks were successfully fabricated using latex mixing combined in-suit reduced technology. The rheological behavior and electrical conductivity of ENR/GE composites were investigated. At low frequencies, storage modulus ...


Nonspherical Nanoparticles with Controlled Morphologies via Seeded Surface-Initiated Single Electron Transfer Radical Polymerization in Soap-Free Emulsion

30-Mar-2015 | Jinfeng Yuan; Lixia Wang; Lei Zhu; Mingwang Pan; Wenjie Wang; Ying Liu; Gang Liu, Langmuir, 2015

This work reports a facile novel approach to prepare asymmetric poly(vinylidene fluoride)/polystyrene (PVDF/PS) composite latex particles with controllable morphologies using one-step soap-free seeded emulsion polymerization, i.e., surface-initiated single electron transfer radical polymerization ...


Self‐emulsion polymerization of baylis–hillman‐derived α‐hydroxymethyl‐substituted acrylates

28-Mar-2015 | Chao Peng, Abraham Joy, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2015

Amphiphilic alkyl α‐hydroxymethyl acrylates can be polymerized via self‐emulsion polymerization (i.e., without surfactants) under conventional radical and reversible addition‐fragmentation chain transfer polymerization conditions. The α‐hydroxymethyl acrylates can be copolymerized at very low ...


IJMS, Vol. 16, Pages 7027-7044: Antiangiogenesis, Loss of Cell Adhesion and Apoptosis Are Involved in Antitumoral Activity of Proteases in Murine Melanoma B16F1 V. cundinamarcensis (C. candamarcensis)

27-Mar-2015 | Dittz, Dalton ; Figueiredo, Cinthia ; Lemos, Fernanda O.; Viana, Celso T. R.; Andrade, Silvia P.; Souza-Fagundes, El ..., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2015

The proteolytic enzymes from V. cundinamarcensis latex, (P1G10), display healing activity in animal models following various types of lesions. P1G10 or the purified isoforms act as mitogens on fibroblast and epithelial cells by stimulating angiogenesis and wound healing in gastric and cutaneous ...


Temperature Controlled Sequential Gelation in Composite Microgel Suspensions

24-Mar-2015 | Jeroen Appel, Niek de Lange, Hanne M. van der Kooij, Ties van de Laar, Jan Bart ten Hove, Thomas E. Kodger, Joris Sp ..., Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, 2015

Depending on the volume fraction and interparticle interactions, colloidal suspensions can exhibit a variety of physical states, ranging from fluids, crystals, and glasses to gels. For microgel particles made of thermoresponsive polymers, both parameters can be tuned using environmental ...


Exploring Self-Condensing Vinyl Polymerization of Inimers in Microemulsion To Regulate the Structures of Hyperbranched Polymers

24-Mar-2015 | Robert W. Graff; Xiaofeng Wang; Haifeng Gao, Macromolecules, 2015

A synthetic method was successfully developed to produce structurally defined hyperbranched polymers using confined micellar space in microemulsion to regulate atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) of inimers. Systematic exploration of experimental variables, including five ...


Carbon nanotubes and carbon onions for modification of styrene–acrylate copolymer nanocomposites

21-Mar-2015 | Remo Merijs‐Meri, Janis Zicans, Tatjana Ivanova, Juris Bitenieks, Alesya Paddubskaya, Polina Kuzhir, Sergey Maksimen ..., Polymer Composites, 2015

Styrene acrylate polymer (SAC) nanocomposites with various carbon nanofillers (multi‐walled carbon nanotubes, MWCNT, and onion like carbons, OLCs, annealed at two different temperatures) are manufactured by means of latex based and combined routes. Concentration of the carbon nanofillers is ...


Coassembly of Nanorods and Nanospheres in Suspensions and in Stratified Films

17-Mar-2015 | Héloïse Thérien‐Aubin, Ariella Lukach, Natalie Pitch, Eugenia Kumacheva, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2015

Abstract The entropically driven coassembly of nanorods (cellulose nanocrystals, CNCs) and nanospheres (dye‐labeled spherical latex nanoparticles, NPs) was studied in aqueous suspensions and in solid films. In mixed CNC‐latex suspensions, phase separation into an isotropic latex‐NP‐rich and a ...


Molecules, Vol. 20, Pages 4473-4482: Inhibitory Effect of Duabanga grandiflora on MRSA Biofilm Formation via Prevention of Cell-Surface Attachment and PBP2a Production

10-Mar-2015 | Santiago, Carolina ; Lim, Kuan-Hon ; Loh, Hwei-San ; Ting, Kang Nee, Molecules, 2015

Formation of biofilms is a major factor for nosocomial infections associated with methicillin-resistance Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). This study was carried out to determine the ability of a fraction, F-10, derived from the plant Duabanga grandiflora to inhibit MRSA biofilm formation. Inhibition ...


In situ studies of bovine serum albumin adsorption onto functionalized polystyrene latices monitored with a quartz crystal microbalance technique

03-Mar-2015 | Manel Beragoui, Chadlia Aguir, Mohamed Khalfaoui, Eduardo Enciso, Maria José Torralvo, Laurent Duclaux, Laurence Rei ..., Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015

ABSTRACT The adsorbability of bovine serum albumin (BSA) onto poly(styrene‐co‐itaconic acid) (PS–IA), poly(styrene‐co‐hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (PS–HEMA), poly(styrene‐co‐acrylic acid) (PS–AA), and poly(styrene‐co‐methacrylic acid) (PS–MAA) latices were investigated with a quartz crystal ...


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